CNET should join the internet blackout to protest SOPA
by windfish113 - 1/7/12 5:11 PM
By now, everyone should be aware of the evil, terrifying bill called SOPA that will be decided upon in congress at the end of the month.
The leaders of Wikipedia, Google, Facebook, and several other companies are considering a blackout of all their sites to protest this oppressive bill.
CNET reported on the possible blackout, but has not added their public support: http://news.cnet.com/8301-31921_3-57349540-281/sopa-opponents-may-go-nuclear-and-other-2012-predictions/
CNET should publicly declare their support and willingness to join the blackout.
(Unfortunately, CNET is owned by CBS Corporation which for some ungodly, incredibly ironic reason supports SOPA. Shame.)